Please Participate in Our 2013 UXmatters Reader Survey

By Pabini Gabriel-Petit

Published: November 1, 2013

Please click this link now to take our survey:
2013 UXmatters Reader Survey

It’s November again, marking another anniversary for UXmatters. We’re celebrating UXmatters’ eighth year in publication. Each November, we conduct our annual reader survey to find out how well we’re meeting our readers’ needs and to learn more about what you want. This years’ survey is especially important because we’re in the process of redesigning and reimplementing the UXmatters Web site, so we’d like to have your input about how we can make UXmatters an even better publication. Please participate in our 2013 UXmatters Reader Survey and help us to ensure that our design and development efforts address your real needs. Thank you!

Since launching UXmatters in November 2005, we’ve published 755 articles on a broad range of topics—including regular columns by and interviews with thought leaders in the UX community and reviews of books, conferences, and products for UX professionals. Thanks to our global community of 211 authors! The UX professionals who contribute to UXmatters live and work all around the world. Our community of UXmatters readers continues to grow. Over the past year, UXmatters has had 807,145 unique visitors—up from 652,770 in 2012—and 1,625,499 pageviews.

By participating in our 2013 UXmatters Reader Survey, you can help us to continue to serve the needs of the worldwide UX community. Please tell us how you’d like to see UXmatters evolve, how well we’re meeting your needs, what topics you’d like to read about on UXmatters in the future, and a little something about yourself. We’d really like to hear from you!

Completing the survey takes only a few minutes. Once the survey closes on December 1, 2013, we’ll publish the results on our Web site.

Thank you, in advance, for participating in our 2013 UXmatters Reader Survey and helping to guide the future of UXmatters!

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